Newspaper Page Text
k FAMILY NRWSPAI'BR, DESIGNED TO HE A GCNKK.M. REPOSITORY OF POLITICAL, .AOttlCULTURAL, DISCUSSIOXAL, MOUAI., MISCKLLANF.OIS AND ENTF.RTAINhlfi RKliUNUU.
t ; A' o if ms Ml .V S Mi V . J MSUTIj.M.Vn, f. .11 lit I, 2 5. I SI3 VOL. 49 .AllMltlSK 17. ttl t'j IK ( u t r 1 1 a t o u s , (.unfit ftujtttl The New-York and I'hlla- . - . . . . I - . L . . . ii re i papers suic iiisi ine pro-pens lor a urn t -j nIo ii brighter than it has lcen for some tir Hie general opinion is that the timea aio I r ana rcnainij impruTing. A rune man named David Chaodler. has been r'tv ed In the Stale 1'iijon in 'ew-llanipliire r Vie third time, lie is unlv 24 Tears old. and In i;tnl half of it in prison. It it and that a Senator in Maine, on arriving at Ai'fCf'i, 'T muUle went ti the arttnal Instead of lifitrc house. ni'I Htniandirir-his seal, was re ivult" if.n the hooka of tlie establishment, when f M k mf elf enlisted in the arm? lor 7 Years. Vpncr. of wheat at Zanesvillc, Ohio has ad-nn-ei a trifle, and is now 45 rents per buslel. F ur continues at 92 76 cents per barrel. The tariff begins to show its "good works" at the. ot .Sails and iron, of an excellent quality, are n w manufactured extensively at the "iNilcs Iron Works," near Warren; Trumball to., Ohio. Sue- cess to the enterprise, I ("atta haul's Coe-err. Wo learn that a large number of rattle, in this eounly have died of starvation. The ciiM weather has been so long protracted that t'.e s'nek of hay is becoming rather scarce, and tome suffering has been expetienred. A gentleman called on a sineinc master to anouire lus terms , the singer said, that lie charged two euin- tht for the first lesson, and but one guinea (or as rainy as ha pleased aftcrwstd. ':Oh. brother Ihe first lesson," said Mooner-ar., "let us commence with the ncond." A number of srismn at Cadiz, m Ohio, startod j VVrT.Tl.V ' 7 7ntnenred in a cuctiMr form, and on closinrr un t he r m, (miml I tie-yhad taken a jail bird, wilh a shackle on one leg, I tiu liad escaped from prison a few nights previous .i.i P ' . . : :" KxTnAonoisjRV Weatiii n. In the north western pstt of Norlli Carolina alt the. pe.icli.pltim and apple tKiahave bsn killed hv the late fronts. On the i3i ull. th Ihermnmr ter fi-ll at Greenville to 10 do grtc ahoie zero, and snow covered the mountains to the depth of (I inches. Hard liroei.' and we must make tho most of what n"1 10 vnit for words. The wave that she fear li lie we hare n the grocer &aid when he watered , C( Wi" Just !uout to whelm her, was broken in its his Mr.rcar. Tit l.tnitn f a Party. The following para enuli f fromlho pen of Michael Walsh, one of tho "uwemned lirmoeracv, ' of the nlv of Now.ViHlr. Speaking ef the nominating cummittac of tho Tarn, tni'ir party in IB41, he says ; llirte ol them have hecn sent to the Stale Prison 5" liurclarv : eleven to tho l'enilenliarv fur nn IV1, three committed auicidn; one lives round the Wis, lir swearing men were in Ohio when they "i Mel rritnes in this city: another died of de". ... r-.urns nn ihe Five l'oint: and nino turn U:en rnnvicled and fined for pljying lliiinblrs on lire courses. An old Negress, named ICIiza Oanee. who his I'rn for twenty. seven years an inmate of the Insano Hospital,-at Philadelphia, died in that innilution on Tuesday. Khza's history is a remarkable one. She was a native of Sicia Leone, and was torn from her parents in company with a uumbcr of her coun try women, mrty years since, and placed on board a slaver, to be conveyed to this country. On the Toyarciiif vessel, altera hard light, was captured b- an American cruiser and brought into l'luladel ' phu. Dunne tho cnuaeemcnt. Kliza reeeiml a muket ball in her arm. whicii was nevor extracted until the day ol her death. AxrcDOTK or tiic Huooe 1mmi ti l-ctkim. Th Courier and Kmiuircr relates the following : mere is an incident connected with this election which sliikrs us as exhibiting an instanreof as puro I ratrinll.m n Ihe ivnrlil itrer tvilnprl if ivu led us yesterday by a friend from Providence, who : the world cognizantnf allthe circumstanres. Cai.t Car-1 pecte, an old ship masier, was on his dying bed, not -inning 10 live tnmueli the day. nn Monday isormng. His grave clothes were all prepared wilh I l:s o-vn knowledge. That morniuc he called his fe lu his bed side, and said to her that he did not Mi'd to sureivc the day, "And my dear," said he. "1 ha-e nothing else lo leave you and our children ; U;l I nam very much lo leave you the legacy of a I -! p. fcrnmcfit I want to vole lo day." Mrs. C. i Ms nf course astonished and replied that such a : thng wss impossible that ho was then dying. The ' eiromtlaiiea however, was communicated lo the p-eviling officer of the ward, and the baTlot box Mi ionrcje.1 to the house of the dying patriot by n offieer he was raised in his bed, wrote his name mi the --Uh, and order ticket" fell back upon his nd 111 a f-w hours was a corpse!" I'laioit Dixmn.N. The Circuit Court of tho l.' niled Suter for the District of Alabama, hasderided i tnxiiiu) msiituj of a white msn wilh an Indian wo Ch!' cf"rt'", 1,18 forms and custnraes of the l hocisM nation, is void ; that a cmlized man is in capable of contacting mirnage with a savage, and 'h'U'ieir ofTipnng is Illegitimate, pnd could not in The court decided also that a void will, pro "e .was corielutivj and binding all pari in, until etajus in th, probate court. Inceptions having "tfi liken Ui ihcse derisions. the cimI will bo caned "? it to the Supreme Court of the United States. M j-rTatAL v.it Skit or GovicaiMfer. We are -honied 10 tn state that Montreal mil nneadiately tecoma the Seal of (loitinm-ni. 'Ph. f JuJ;e Ili-eJ lias be.n taken l,,r il, II r-rntn rrs , it - inn of Hi. Kieellencv. Sir Chai It Milalfa fit. til t - -.w.H. uiim si in i' suitable building can be erected. nle nsces sary O uenmenl OlTi ers and a Parliament lino... w.il U comme:iced as si Kin as the plans can be f 'eptred Quebec will be the Millitary Head Qr. leas, IMiuureal Herald. Most UlsTBistlxo Occi'aaEsci: We arc jut in f irtnsd of a melancholy accident thai took place on de of the prairie in the western part eW the Stale. A family of emigrants, elereu in number, while on l-'e r way to Iowa were frozen l death in their m,;o-i Th lxu.es sloped at a house when the siatri not seeing any one alight from the wagon, Mrs induced by mere curiuiuy to mike rloer el ate niiin, 1'kii looking into the wagon they were tr,t sinrken at th &piling s,-jclacle which pee 't'led iiieif to thtir slew. 'IV father and nine i'.u-irn were ljuidead la the Itoltotnuf ibe wagon, t'e (tvKhcr. probably Ihe last survivor, was sillinj; "i 1 holding ihe reins as if dnunj. " dii n it searn the tho name of this unfortunate "n. t. at frtm whit pin of lbs country ihev ssere tv..oj I'tlm (rl)l'.illai. Xitfurtone knows no presler lutury lhan the 'Jt-M.j of kindness. While, ihen, vt (ie nt ; -' s 14 cue own sufferings, let ut ever remsm- "' to etusnl u to other. Tronttaltd from the Frtnth of Btllwud. Tin: Aonu: fisiikic.tiaiv. On the 7.rith of April, 1523, n Shnllop was drifting in the North Sen, nt tlio mercy of tlio winds and waves, which threatened every moment to overwhelm it A woman, two children and a Sailor, w ere alone on the waters in this frail ves srl. The woman, wrapped in a large clonk, un der the shelter of which sho hugged her children to her heart, alternately weeped and prayed. The Sailor, having for a long limo struggled against the tempest, arid endeavored in vaid to urge for wnrd the Shallop III Ills charge, had' closed " his arms on his bre-nst, arid waited in sullen silence the death which seemed inevitable. Through the thick mist his practiced eye nt length saw hone 'Land I land I' ho shouted, nnd retaking I his oars, now plied them with new vigor Vain ! His exhausted strength could'surmount no rebufT, even with apparent safety in his rench. His struggles to gain theshote seemed but length en the distance between the boat and the strand. At length he again abandoned his hopeless labor. The quick eye of the mother delected his purpose as he relieved his person of his heavier garments. ' l ou will not abandon my children to perish I ' she cried in agony. The Sailor looked wistfully at the unhappy suf- fercrs. Ho measured the distance to the shore with his eye, and looked over the boat's side, to the waters which, partially sheltered, seemed to boil nnd ye-st ns in a cauldron, the receding tide combating the furious gale. To save one of those I helpless ones was impossible. He ventured on ! no word of advice or consolation, lest his mercy snoum master Jits judgment, but while the mother yet hoped while sho leaned forward with lips a,m, onj PVCS prcinj, from their sockets to '. i . 1 . cnicu a worn, n nre:Uh in rinisiver. in rot nvnri-. thing short, by immediately diving into the fea. The boat reeled and shirercd under the mo mentum given it by the Sailor's plunge, but He who holds the waters in tlio hollow of his hand, watched over the forstken. The mother claped her little, ones vet closer lo her hrenst nnd rntved ' her cvs to heaven in un nsjonv of nraver too ear- crest uy the strange weight it bare nr.er ns its I waters ncarcJ her, a sullen an uneaithly sound broke on her ear, and the spray which flew across her face came blood-stained. The dead body of Me bailor tcho had dnerttd her. humped an in stant against the boat's side, and then drifted, nwny from the sight of moital man forever I Ho had struck upon the shnrp points of rock beneath the surfioi", and escaped the lingering death to which he thought he had left his companions, by a sud !den and awful plunge into the presence of his Ma ker I In nnothcr instant the deserted woman felt n strange sound beneath her feet. The boat was grating on the sand. Another bound before the wave and it was fast. She soundeil the water with her arm, and to her inexpressible joy found solid earth. In an instant she stepped from the Shallop, caught her infints in tier arms, and aimed for the beach, which seemed at a littie distance. The water deepened to her waist to her throat sh3 staggered and the stifling bubbling cry of her children nerved her wilh new ener gy. An almost super-human spring-ma" she was safe again and nnon she recoiled, as tho earth seemed to sink under her feet, and another foot step woul 1 have plungeal her into nn abyss, in the very sight of safety. The agony of fear the strength of despair the lightning of hope each seized her in turn, till at length, in a delirium of joy sho left the sea behind her, having escapcel its cngulphing wave ; and filling 011 her faco in 'he damp sand, she poured out hcrsjulin trrati 1 tude to God who had delivered her and her little ones. Sho rose, shuddering with cold, now that the struggle was over. Her children quivering with terror, and sobbing in discomfort, clung to her knees. I he wind, as if Heaven had held it back until her escape, increascel in fury. Her eye wandered in vain for help, the cold sky, the lash ing wave, the bleak rock, tho barren sand, mock ed ihe hope ol the. mother for comfort or safay A reaction of Ic-ling had taken place, her heart was sinking. A voice I Again and nearer 1 a man upon the rocks earnestly beckoning, as il some new and imminent danger beset the fugitives from death. She saw no more, hut sank msensiblo upon the stnd ; anJ her children raised a pie-rcing w-ail be side her Unerring instinct! J hey uiu not shriek thus, when she sank down on tier knees lo nrav ' Another moment, and the man who was shout ing the warning is besidethe shipwrecked mother. H11 hardy wife attends turn, bhe has caught the chiUrcn, each by a shoulder, with more strength than gentleness, though with gentle purposes, and is scramhlinz un tne rocies. no uears trie sun r;. r.l, mmh.,- ..! n. l,- n.-ir' hu hat has fallen Ub'irtl him', and is lUneinir in an e.ldy of water over the very spot from which, nn insMnt before he had ctu-l.t his unroncin..s iinrehfni i ne line now a uiv iiumi nau swr ii . ,i,t . , .1.. n i i i . . , .i i .1.. ..r 1 an avaiancne over me; nuun aoiuu iuc3, iiii i III fra-m-nts of the desertcel boat are fretting among" the craggy points of that inhospitable shore In the cabin of the fisherman, tho mother u i:i u, fir.i ihooalu is for her chillren, wham she embracet agiin in a passion athv Shi un-laini a rich necklace from the bajerfofherd.u'-hter -Take this case of my frrtt It 11-1 sili r.sUines I sr. rat If f) nfl f nest, you to whom I owe the Iifs of myself and "5 "- Silt-u W JIVfsiII1I w V s-- - I children ' The fiihermtn hn-)k his head 'I could not mike use of such riches,' Mid he. 'The products of my labor suffice me. To you ihit gold nnd these jewels will be much more useful than to me Keep them. The mother took the hand of her preserver Youn; and baautiful even in the humble v t menu which the fither's wife lnd subttttuted for her rich but drabbled cloteing. her air wai full of mtjesty. 'Thank you !' she crieal, 'Thank you' You are right The service you hare rendered ctnnot be repaid with gold , aad Oil. I trust will pjtit in my njwvr to testify ray grotrule in a winner worthy of jou ' 'Your safety will bo our recompense, and wo desire no other,' said the fisherman, nnd the hon est face of his wife, lighted wilh placid joy nnd bore testimony thnt she too joined in the scnti nrtit. "Tell me, mj friends,' the lady asked, after a paiife, 'on w hat coast has this mi-fortune thrown us?' 'On Denmark.' The mother wrung her hands in despair, 'I Den mark she crietl j 'then are my children still lost though they have surrived the perils of the wtii ibr tifria-mliSrsaid hYoV Usherv you hava nothing to fenr, tnadaine, for yourself, or children.' 'But you know not, my friends, that n price is on my head and on those" of my children. We were flying fioin the soil of "Denmark, when tho storm that forced us back upon it. And I nm' 'Krcp your secret, do not tell it to mcl' cried the fisherman abruptly, chrcking the revelation she was nbout to make. 'All that 1 have need to know is that you came here in distress, and thnt you are in worse distress while you remain. Tho storm will soon abate, the coast of the Low Coun-, tries is not fur distant, to-morrow, perhaps this very evening, I will conduct you in safety from the kingdom, to a place where the persecution of your enemies, whoever they arc, shnll not reach you. Snatch some repose, and confide in my hos pitality.' The good but humble couple hastened to pre pare near the hearth, n pallet of straw, upon which the beautiful unknown did not hesitate an instant to place herself and her children. With nn arm round each she was m n moment wrapped in sleep. The good man Finn stood breathlessly attentive, while his guest clasped her children a moment, and struggled, almost from the bed to the floor. 1 hen 'a change came o cr the spirit of her dream' an eloquent expression ofjoy passed over her pale fe'atnres, her lips more-d in earnest tlinnkstrivinrr. and her countenance si tiled into smiling anil pin- cid ri'posc, hitoL-eriing the consciousness of safety, 1 no tisiicr and Ins wile conveistu with eiuicU nnd intelligent glances over their sleeping guest. ' They both knew that she had n train passed thro' tier perib in that vision ; they both felt happy and cordage, nnd the tramp of men on deck, told the thankful, in her calm slumber which speke so practiceel ear of Finn tliut their voyage was end well of safety. j e'd. But tn whit purpose ? They were hume-il In this calm rert she passeel mnny hours. At fiom their floating prison to a close carriage length her slumber was disturbeel by coarse voice:s , tho horses dashed away for an hour, and the car outsidc tho hut, they were roughly" interrogating riage slopped. They were led from one surprise fisher. The questions she needed not to henr (lis-, to another. In a magnificent npartment, nmid a tinctly to understand, the nnswer of Finn she did claro of licht, tho poor fisherman nnd his wife ciucn, lor 11 ivm oi.r-n lu, net enira ns well n for the soldiers who had- visited tho fishers cab in ' 'A hundred' pieces of gold I' cried the fisher truly, captain, n sum like that would be worth striving for. Be assured I will take good care of tho runaways if they fall into my hands. A hun dred pieces of gold 1 Not a souf shall escape ship- wreck, ram tins dan forth for a two ve-inonth. thnt I Kiil not bring lo your quaitcrs. A hun dred pieces of gold 1 But, captain, will you not enter my cottage a moment for repose and refresh ment?' The mother shuddcrcel, lest the invitation given tn bravado might be accented in earnest; nnd then, she was n mother, and tho lives of her chil dren were nt stake ; for nrV instant die trembled tit the possibility that host intended to betray her. The voices of the captain, as he declined the proff ered civility, and renewed his promises to the fisherman, re-assured her, as tho tones died away in the distance. In a moment more, Finn entered the cabin : 'Lose not a moment, Madam I' lie said, 'The storm has-abated, tho v.atea nrc more worthy of trust than man, and we must embark on thu in slant 1' All the strength of the mother returned at this new exigence, nail huhinpr' her chiPJrcn into silence by a sign, she followeel Finn, as he took a circuitous path among the rocks known only to himself; nnd in a few moments, without the exchange of a worJ, they were embarkwf in the fisherman's skiff; the fasts were cast olf the honest pensant worked at his oars witha w ill; nnd in ten hours, tho dawning light showeel htm the coast of the Low Countries. Through the night he had been guided by his familiar pilots, thcstarsT nnd labor was so much his habifuaf custom in his hardy calling ; he had so often endured it ns a matter of course nnd of habit, that with such a stake in success, he did not once think of fiticue. Suddenly a new danger caught his eye. Two 1,: . n.,,i lint (ill M.uidiiig mm tuey were croweleel with soldiers, awkward n float as n cow on stilts, they rapKlfy earned on lum. It was evident that they had been lying in watt near tho coatt, to intercept the very precious burthen which he carried, tie iu tered no cry of surprise. 'Down, inadan,' he J nave but practiced this apparent harshness lo be rnntes, where perspiration is very copious, nblu said, without any npp'-arance of being disconccr- j suro of thy identity. An imposter might have tion and liilnng ti.ivo nsvime-1 the rnnk of reli ted. 'down in tlie bottom of the boat, fir il ileitis ; cfairrrci thy good deeds no impotter could l.avo gfous eibservunees " In nnother mit of his woilc , II .., r,,l .1 - f.t ' 1 1.. 1 .1,.-. I. ... Tl.A.i t,n, .... 1,1 . t . naiiasi' 1 nc moiner, unconjcioiis 01 ene ennger, ooeycej immeuiaiciy. in tne ne-ii insiaiu. musKft .. , . ... - tvliirfleil past the ears of the intrepid fisher m3"i ,:lt5 lhey H ?" "'-'P."1 h:to'e ,,llltr would have escapesi"'? J" ofthcrealo have . uitlii iiiiiruL-ri-i uv liiu un ciiifi;. -- 1 Finn ineatured with hu rvo the dirtanee vet i , - . e j between his boat and the shore; nn 1 ho saw that ' was impossible to reach it before h.s pursuers ! would overtake turn He formed a sudden and ' desperate reolut,on he cee.w-1 to fly. He even . tumwl his boat' head towards his pursuers, and nuking a trumpet with his hands, shouted 'Boals, ahoy ! What do you wish V 'You arc not alone I' answered his I ou arc not alone I answered lus pursu . CTS. 'True.' rcnlied tlie fisherman, as the boats were no.v so near each oilier that they could converse 'lendend, and ennoble thee. Hisc, Cheralier fail to, is that heahh and Uauty nre not always with less- effort 'True. I ho to a good cargo of Finn1' ' to be derived from the same source Thu is not fish for compinioni You can provision ymir- The emperor toolr from his own neck an order only erroneous, but rnleulated to ranin irrrmedi edves with tlirm if you wish, there was no need to' suspendesl with a string of gold, atkd ISAr.i:r-f.4 , injury Almost nil women intiinctivi-fy te fire uton ine for that' ! clasped ihe chain over ihe rude vtirtmeWS of ihe Mre to bo fx-autiful The-y hear lx-auty laude-il in Adrance'1 'A vol at-i rricl Finn eailv. vet tremeirousrv It was propti and nstural that n iwor fisherman thouIJ be aw-dktnw and alarineti bofore two boat- loads of soldiers. The coirse brutes enjoyed what they tlieught was the trepidation and enrgy of f-or and as they stooJ up, their boats reer,,'l unl-r ther shodU orhughter. ni the fifherman i skuT urgI by Ins nerrous arm, shot toward ihem. A scream from the lulbeis 1 Atplnsht The awkwmd fisher's clumsy lx.nl bus sttuek t lit i r Low, wilh Us whole momentum, nuil i, nwkward soldier's fall over the gunwalo nil mund into tho ' sea. Nor is there less confusion among ihe oth-1 cr skill-load of soldiers. Their loat dipped wnter over one of Us sides, then uter the othir, as the soldiets swung their nrms, nnd swayetl, and fc 1 upon each either, in vain attempts to succor their drowning hrtthrrn. Whnt' nnothcr nreiih nt ' Tho awkward and frightened fisherman had in- ken n sudden sweep, nnd run into thtm loo And now ho is pulling away for dear life, without n lh0'12lllfv-ttl! KnA-lv ofllii, nl,lirt nf 1), -nmnr tin "Ti i"-,."4 Jvt.jI. . ' What I. a headpeepm-r oriths1dcolIihSfiitiia man's Unt. a woman's head ''never tnJnd the uirii uvl'i uuarii puifiie 1 But tho oars have all beenthrown to the drown ing men. 'Fire upon fliem I' 11... .i. , , f , , ..i uiu me inusKits navo laurn overuonnt wiin iheir owners, or from their amis or they are in iho bottom of the beut, in toak That night thr fisher and his wife laughed long hut not loud, for their might have been liMew ts' The good man Finn never made any rnrpiiries about the soldiers who had takui a cold bath, nnd as all were saved, ns '.hey did not care to bruit their own discomfituro "by a singlo stupid fisherman, anil as ho was too modest lo boast of it victory to anybody but his wife, the hutirst couple fired on in quirt mvl content, until they Lnd utmost lorgotten tho nd venture. On an April morning, six years from that of the shipwreck, n party of soldiers cntereel the fish l . r. II- . I., man s cabin. itliout tin: waslc of a word, they were seized and bound, hurried to n carriage, con veyed to a seapol I, einlurked on board a vessel, and confined in a small cabin, whore their bonds were take n off They weretreated with kindness, but were allowed not a woid of cnmiiiuuicn'.ion , with any person. The sailor who brooirhr them food did not understand n wonl of the Danish , language, and never opened his mouth lo sprnk lo . the in. Thus they suileel to them it seemed tnanv tedious einvs lor tliey could not help con neclmg the adventure wilh their succor 10 the beautiful outlaw and her children. Tlio rattle of confronted un array of nobles and Indies clad in nil the gorgcousness which in that ngc marked great difference between- the prince niiei tho peas- ant, 'You nre tho fisliermnn Finn ? For the first time the fisherman and his wife, in their confusion, saw that there were grades of rank even among the nobles who blazcel before them, in what seemed lo them nlinost tho majesty of Heaven. Tlio personage who in a stern voice uttered the above question, ulone wns seated. 'I am that man the poor fisherman tremblingly re-plie-d. 'Yon Jive on the const of Denmark, nearrlie vie lago of Lorgen ?' Finn bowel assent. 'You extended hospitality to a woman and two children?' 'I did.' 'Without regarding the diet that put a price nnon their bends, vnn not onlv fmMriited the. ven- I ....... r.i... 11, ..":,i. t....l 'i. ,.,.,..,!..;.., I.. .... I Ciiinu ui uiu Iranian i lujn;, uiH,iuuai.iijiioij nuu alone discomfilted two boat loads of soldieis sent in pursuit of the fugitives?' A smile of grotesque triumph nt the success of nn encounter under suchodds, Iighlencellhu Uane s eye n moment then u shade of sadness crossed his features 'Tlie tale, though marvellous, is ex actly true.' 'Uo you know,' continued his questioner, wilh in creased sternness, 'what penalty you have incurr ed Dsatli !' nnswered the hero his form erect, an I his first confusion unJ fear entirely thrown off 'And do you know who were the proscribe! whom you elareil to serve?' 'I ki'ew her majesty Iwbelh.ttie wife of Chris tian mv sovereign. I knew eeiuiilly well the two children, for if their ornaments had not betrayed them, tho edict ntiainst them told mo who they were-. If I havo merited death, my life is in your iintifia. And the wilo ol the Jishennnn elmi'ireHi I mm almost unresisting to his len-'cs beside he r A murmur ran thiotigh the assembly they thot' ; H was their aenin warrant. 'Thou hast a worthy and noble heart, Finn,' an'rithe irtferrOfrator ill a kinder voice. 'Wo 1 '"-o"' 3 iieui nisi uiu. ni ih"" hast sai- ...,. ..r.i... i.r .1... ii l ..... . . . . cu, ui mi iy id .the well UtlOVfJ Sister und nephews of the Knineror Charles Fifth. Charles is no ingrnte, rise, Finn, nnd kiis tho eubititute lorn cold hntb, and may r. resorted lo hand he present thea Fortune nnd honors nt wjti, MfUy Bn j ndvmagy inmost states of the tendlht-e, expieu but a wish, and I swear its syeum. gratification.' . ! Cel lwaier cre-ates a en rightful gloxr, whiks 'Sire,' replied the fnhe-rman, 'lam old, I have ,eated water generally produces on nfier sensation neel of a cabin by the seaboard If I have done ofchillenets ' That lheo are ordinary nnd nniu well in performing the dutie s of a faithful subjoct, ral fliU is evident from the fact that lo ruiorn in saving the lives of my fellow creature s, m expo- warmth nnd animation lo a froze-n lui.b, it is sing my life for my sovereign, are not hc words plungwl in ice-water; w bile to cheek the progress of npprolntion which I have he-nrd from your of a leter the warm boih is usJ This is in ac- majeT.Vs Hp', " stilltcie nt onu giorroui recom- pens)?' I 'For thec it may be, but not for ur We eloj .. tl'nrfli-.d t( mir ItfMl tlhtbrlj u T 1.. name iheo t arden of our Great I- ishern-s at Us- Jisherrnan hum At the eommeeict-r.-wnt of the nineteerrth centu j ry thero still lived at Ojtendend the) ifecendanls of this mnerrnin 1 iitir arms coeisisu 01 an win - rul Lig'. ard two Bsrques ptejier. on a field gules? Tu MU,e ln UifUt n , dy,ns , t,nt Mm. (e,,0f kUtrt ,i,rVati..n. T-e uiiri.iumuridurttM.n r,rtie wimer, has usei a l the fodder.aod tbtue is , not'i'ng left Lr theinto est Vefi iVafffdii'j Stir Mtnttly KKM 1 N 1 N 1 : K A I A . A ( 1 IKS 1 1 11 A LT I f AND BHAUTV. fv nr.- rniTit ai-stin What woman does not openly profess lo value hialihf What wonian doit not sr.-retly with to posres btnulyf At which shrine dms she kneel with most fervent demotion 1 The shattered COUilitlllioiis nnd focblo frames of lr v a feinnlA (still in her prime, sighsover the fast fa.ing chatms "he wouM repair nt her minor, i-iuwrts the ' rjuestion. And yet arc Health and IUnuty twin usters. Tho fountain of one is the soutcc of the U,IIUJ "I'""" miliums uiu iiiniiiiiii ihnmjih Jfjiot.ilio guilty of a nontlre injury toieMxr-' other, Whoever impresses tho feminine mind casa it It is the belief, thnt the Kditor of the New' Magazine, to which thesi remarks are nddresseil takes n real nnd nctive interest in the welfare ol his country woinrn, thnt I am induced to make his periodical the medium of exposing some euiiciour InlKicies respecting fomale hrnlthand henutv which have obtained cneulatioii in one of the'popul.u Magnincsfor February My drsire is to contract' the influence of these gm'sly erroneous opinions' w hich might otherwise be the cause of detriment to ninny a fair nnd gifted being, whoso chief foible is her loo high estimation orhrntity. As I have much respect for the I.tdy" IMitrcss under the sanction of whose numo currency 15 given to these filljcious opinions, 1 hop; shc'wi!? not mistake the spirit in which my animadversions are maile. Au article in her Magazine, which professes to instruct females how to obtain tho , largest eiuantuin of health and beauty, nroncuntcs .-II I ..1 , - 'i . 11 . emu unius, iiiy xv men is generally unuerstood bathing, or lather, wnshing in cold witter, deletniioiislu beauty, and sometimes prejudicial ft' health. We quote tho following from her periodical' 11 Cold bathing rarely agrees with slender and d'clicato females." As cosm'tirf, fold baths are crilv useful to women of n full mi. I saiiniinn- )...h;i nil. a iUrv ought not to employ unless h.ibitunti el lo it fioin' ' a very eaily nc water at a temperature much below that of Ihe body. In other cisi s it always commas the sum, naidens it and renders it scaly "Bathing in the open nir nnd swimming, fiojn which health nnd medicine' derive sometimes tho most happy effects, gradually discolor 1I10 skin." "Washing the faco wilh cold water, tic, especially elestieiys tho freshness of tho skin and face." Here beauty isavowcdlyprcfurrei! to health. Tho young am taught, that what decidedly benefits their health will impair their lovcliness'hy being detrimental tothcircompleiions The application of cold water to thorurSicc of the whole person which, men of scicnco assert, guards the boify against the variability of climate opens the. jwres of tho' t'kir.1 removes' obnructiuni invigorates the frame, nnd produces n healthy circulation of the blood is eschewed m hardening the ikin nnd discoloring the rompl'exinnf What' doctrine coul I be more hurtful to ti sex, who eMeem beauty ns onu of tho most enviable of possessions who habitually neglect their health ns of little moment and thoughtlessly transgress the most imtortant physical laws, to gratily randy or obtain pleasure? Experience proves, thnt cold wn'er prcservrs the fnshness and heightens this blown of this complexion, while tepid gradually vilricts tho skirt. Physicians prescribe, ana means of restoring af retaining the health of tho memt deftcMo anif evert consumptive females, daily ablution of the whole person in cold water, followed by friction with n eoaise towel or hair gloves. This practice shouhl be ri'snrteel to elaily, and without any intermission, even in winter weather, by 1 very females who Ins any consideration for health, cleanliness, or who' wishes to preserve her personal charms. 1 have repeatedly observed the highly beneficial 'flem of this Inbit upon tlio most fragile constitutionr. Dr Combe recommends delicate persons to min cln vinegar with tlio water in which they lwlhe When there is nn '-ahidin-.' sense of chiHinesa," which the coarse towel will not remove-, then there' is danger, he mys, that the person tuny not pos sess sufficient vitality to'derive benefit from cold bathing. Stitr. such iridividunls should not omit thu daily use of water from which the chill has been removed. A- very little reflection in regard to the quantity of moisture iiirtiibly, but momentarily, I'xhnh'el from the skin, will nt nneo show the extreme nc c.essity of fre-ejui-ntly ch'ansing the pores, in orele-r that they may be free from invisible but no less existing impuriiy Jlr Combe siys "When 'he saline nnd oriimnf eli'inentJ left by perspiration are not duly remoed by Wd-hing nn 1 bathing, they nt last obstruct tho jiores, nnd trriiiitc tint skin. And it is upjnrent ' for iTm- re-inon thnf in llm enrlern nnd ivnriner rh on i-nyiionirv no otiierve-fl, 'lor thoso who nr? not robust, dai i- snonrniirr wlmli. lxlw u-iih t i ,i cod water nnd vine'raV. or h wator i ih bin cordance with tin; greiit I lomeropitliic principle 'Minim tiinilibus curaniur' like cures like. Bm the most injurious doctrine inculcated in .1 ,:.L I- I 1 . .11.. the article rn rtiei I Vbrtiarv maznzinc nbove ollu thrsr childhooj. Theyteni tiotincy in early vexKh Thi'y themse Ive-s fee l its inexpressible charm llenory arxl jioeery traeh ilin its might . f nftv ritl( CampUit, and leurn that there am none who hate not "I'sijsed wliile llraulj's prnsiret eye Asled from the heart the houisgr f a ih.' And Pope tells tiit-in that ''Ilesuiy eirawt us vtith a ilngU) hair " Ao-I to what meant do not women duly ttaor; J